His scientific interests lie mostly in Adsorption, Zeolite, Metal-organic framework, Catalysis and Inorganic chemistry. Gino Baron combines subjects such as Alkane and Analytical chemistry with his study of Adsorption. The Zeolite study combines topics in areas such as Mass transfer and Thermodynamics.
His Metal-organic framework research incorporates elements of Xylene, Ethylbenzene and Total pressure. His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Naphthalene, Tar and Chemical engineering. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Heterogeneous catalysis, Physisorption, Pervaporation and Zeolitic imidazolate framework.
His primary areas of study are Adsorption, Chemical engineering, Zeolite, Catalysis and Chromatography. His Adsorption study combines topics in areas such as Inorganic chemistry and Alkane. His work carried out in the field of Chemical engineering brings together such families of science as Membrane and Mesoporous material.
Gino Baron interconnects Selectivity, Microporous material, Physisorption and Aluminosilicate in the investigation of issues within Zeolite. He works mostly in the field of Catalysis, limiting it down to concerns involving Tar and, occasionally, Naphthalene. As a part of the same scientific family, Gino Baron mostly works in the field of Chromatography, focusing on Porosity and, on occasion, Computational fluid dynamics.
Gino Baron mainly investigates Adsorption, Chemical engineering, Chromatography, Zeolite and Porosity. His Adsorption research is mostly focused on the topic Metal-organic framework. His Chemical engineering research includes elements of Desorption, Butanol, Acetone and Polymer.
Gino Baron has researched Chromatography in several fields, including Capillary action, Argon and Scanning electron microscope. His Zeolite research incorporates themes from Nanoporous, Mass transfer, Coating and Methane. His Porosity research includes themes of Mesoporous silica, Mesoporous material, Physisorption and Methyltrimethoxysilane.
Gino Baron spends much of his time researching Adsorption, Metal-organic framework, Porosity, Chemical engineering and Chromatography. His Adsorption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Selectivity, Gravimetric analysis, Xylene, Porosimetry and Gas separation. Gino Baron has included themes like Ion exchange and Zeolite in his Selectivity study.
His Metal-organic framework research integrates issues from Inorganic chemistry, Cyclohexane, Molecule and Alkane. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Catalysis and Mesoporous material. His research integrates issues of Nanoparticle, Nanotechnology, Physisorption, Analytical chemistry and Capillary action in his study of Porosity.
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Selective Adsorption and Separation of Xylene Isomers and Ethylbenzene with the Microporous Vanadium(IV) Terephthalate MIL‐47
Luc Alaerts;Christine E. A. Kirschhock;Michael Maes;Monique A. van der Veen.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
Separation of CO2/CH4 mixtures with the MIL-53(Al) metal–organic framework
Vincent Finsy;L Ma;Luc Alaerts;Dirk De Vos.
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials (2009)
Pore-filling-dependent selectivity effects in the vapor-phase separation of xylene isomers on the metal-organic framework MIL-47
Vincent Finsy;Harry Verelst;Luc Alaerts;Dirk De Vos.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
High-Temperature Low-Pressure Adsorption of Branched C5−C8 Alkanes on Zeolite Beta, ZSM-5, ZSM-22, Zeolite Y, and Mordenite
Joeri F. Denayer;Wim Souverijns;Pierre A. Jacobs;Johan A. Martens.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1998)
Biobutanol separation with the metal-organic framework ZIF-8.
Julien Cousin Saint Remi;Tom Rémy;Vincent Van Hunskerken;Stijn van de Perre.
Chromatographic Study of Adsorption of n-Alkanes on Zeolites at High Temperatures
Joeri F. Denayer;Gino V. Baron;Johan A. Martens;Pierre A. Jacobs.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1998)
Evidences for pore mouth and key–lock catalysis in hydroisomerization of long n-alkanes over 10-ring tubular pore bifunctional zeolites
J.A. Martens;G. Vanbutsele;P.A. Jacobs;J. Denayer.
Catalysis Today (2001)
Framework breathing in the vapour-phase adsorption and separation of xylene isomers with the metal-organic framework MIL-53.
Vincent Finsy;Christine E. A. Kirschhock;Gill Vedts;Michael Maes.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2009)
A fundamental kinetic model for hydrocracking of C8 to C12 alkanes on Pt/US-Y zeolites
GG Martens;GB Marin;Johan Martens;Pierre Jacobs.
Journal of Catalysis (2000)
Acid−Metal Balance of a Hydrocracking Catalyst: Ideal versus Nonideal Behavior
Joris W. Thybaut;C. S. Laxmi Narasimhan;Joeri F. Denayer;Gino V. Baron.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2005)
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